Archive | January, 2013

Jan. 25, 2013: Domestic Drones redux; Rockin Robbie in the studio, and some social justice commentary & announcements

Listen to entire program here: As you could perhaps tell my principle radio tool was not working well on Friday, and I’ve been pretty much laid up all week some with some kind of weird throat thing, so  tried to come up with a program that is both relevant to immediate issues and where I […]

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Jan. 18, 2013: Maurice Switzer & Idle No More media strategies; on the scene at Wednesday’s Unity Walk to Ambassador Bridge

‘On this program I am influenced by thinkers who teach, fight, and agitate for a just and inclusive world. The program is an attempt to help create a dialogue leading to such change and as such is not intended as a journalistic endeavour but as a counter-weight to the propaganda model of the media that […]

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Jan. 11, 2013: Documentary maker Harry Fear & his work in Gaza; Katy Quinn of KAIROS and the solidarity fast for Chief Spence

“On this program I am influenced by thinkers who teach, fight, and agitate for a just and inclusive world. The program is an attempt to help create a dialogue leading to such change and as such is not intended as a journalistic endeavour, but rather as a counter-weight to the propaganda model of the media […]

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Jan. 4, 2013: Lorraine Land & the legislation triggering Idle no More; Art Sterritt on threats to Coastal First Nations (Originally broadcast Apr 6, 2012) )

Listen to entire program here: In a continuing attempt to follow the Idle No More movement I thought we could step back a minute and look at the triggering event which was the passage of legislation in Parliament that affects First Nations. The Harper regime continually counts on most Canadians to  tune out what’s happening […]

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Dec. 28, 2012: Dr Paul Thistle, The Howard Hospital & his work in Zimbabwe, Rockin Robbee in the studio and a report from the rail blockade at Aamjiwnaang First Nation.

Listen to entire program here: Friday, Dec. 28th  was the final program of 2012, and if anything, this year may well go down in history as the precursor to a tumultuous 2013. From the local to the global, an entrenched and barely accountable ruling class of technocrats, bankers, and corporate leaders, and their sycophants without […]

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